| ||Computational Color Constancy: Survey and Experiments|
In IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 2011.
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Computational color constancy is a fundamental prerequisite for
many computer vision applications. This paper presents a survey of
many recent developments and state-of-the-art methods. Several
criteria are proposed that are used to assess the approaches. A
taxonomy of existing algorithms is proposed and methods are
separated in three groups: static methods, gamut-based methods and
learning-based methods. Further, the experimental setup is
discussed including an overview of publicly available data sets.
Finally, various freely available methods, of which some are
considered to be state-of-the-art, are evaluated on two data sets.
Please visit www.colorconstancy.com
for an overview of publicly
available source-code and data sets. Also, pre-computed results for
a selected number of methods and data sets can be downloaded.
author = "Gijsenij, A. and Gevers, T. and van de Weijer, J.",
title = "Computational Color Constancy: Survey and Experiments",
journal = "IEEE Transactions on Image Processing",
number = "9",
volume = "20",
pages = "2475--2489",
year = "2011",
url = "https://ivi.fnwi.uva.nl/isis/publications/2011/GijsenijTIP2011",
pdf = "https://ivi.fnwi.uva.nl/isis/publications/2011/GijsenijTIP2011/GijsenijTIP2011.pdf",
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